Wander Above, Venture Beyond in Siskiyou
An adventure seeker’s dream destination – that’s Siskiyou. Located in the northernmost region of California, where untamed adventure runs free. […]Read More
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Explore new horizons in Siskiyou, where each season offers a fresh perspective.
The all new Rain Rock Casino is located in Yreka, California, just 99 miles north of Redding, and just 55 minutes south of Medford, Oregon on Interstate 5 Exit 773.
The Siskiyou Performing Arts Center (SPAC), based in Yreka, began in 1974. A concerned group of Siskiyou county residents felt the need for community theater.
With a plaque detailing the discovery of gold in Yreka in 1851, Discovery Park is a cozy triangular park situated between Yama Street, Discovery Street and Park Place.
Committed to providing high quality naturally grown foods. Offering season vegetables, gourmet garlic, onions, herbs and fresh free range eggs.
The Little Shasta Meadow Botanical Special Interest Area (BSIA) is 390 acres and is an example of both dry and wet high elevation meadows.
The Yreka Theater is the premier location for presentation of artistic talents as well as an ideal setting for seminars and ceremonies.
Yreka’s premier group fitness studio.
The largest park in Yreka, Greenhorn Park has been built around an expansive reservoir sourced by Greenhorn Creek.
Learn more about the Rescue Ranch!
Welcome to the Miner St.Arthouse – where local artists have found a unique niche in Siskiyou County and beyond to share a little bit of themselves.
The Shasta Valley Wildlife Area contains approximately 4,700 acres of Great Basin juniper woodland, riparian forest, seasonal wetlands, and crop lands, with Mt. Shasta as a backdrop.
The Yreka Creek Greenway lies completely within the city limits of Yreka, California, along 5 miles of Yreka Creek and Greenhorn Creek.
A moderate 15 mile mountain bike trail that provides three to five hours of riding time. Experience elevation gains and descends on this trail.
Jack & Jill’s of all trades is a gift shop and gallery featuring all local artists and entrepreneurs.
The Greenhorn Park Trails offer hours of great mountain bike riding. Multiple trails for riders of all experience levels.
West Miner Street’s Historic District has seven buildings that are recognized as California Historical Landmarks, including the Franco-American Hotel museum.
YMCA Center in Yreka.
A family run farm that grows heirloom vegetable varieties without the use of chemicals or pesticides.
A family run farm that grows organic fruits and vegetables. Find their booth at Farmers’ Markets; or pick up specialty products at local shops.
Four Eagles Farm is a biodynamic operated organic farm on the Shasta valley plains raising bison, sheep and garden produce for the local community.
Crossfit Northern Limits is Yreka’s premiere crossfit gym.
Ceramic painting, canvas painting classes glass fusing workshop and Ice Cream Parlor/ Cafe. Place for kids parties and ladies nights!
Novy Ranch beef is 100% grass-fed beef. Their cattle are pasture raised and allowed to graze on natural grasses.
HISTORIC BAR – ENTERTAINMENT VENUE – RESTAURANT
Glo Skin & Body Spa is a spa in Yreka, Ca.
A certified farmer’s market located in Yreka, Wednesday’s from 11-2, June to November. Buy local honey, vegetables, fruit, organic meat and more.
The museum contains many fascinating displays and unique artifacts. Rare photographs illumine the history of Montague and Siskiyou County.
Flowers, Plants, Jewelry, Candles, Purses, Lotions, Cards, Home Decorations, Tea Towels, Stuffed Animals, Pillows.
A 48.5 mile, scenic road bike route that takes you from Yreka to Montague. Experience elevation gains and descents on this ride.
The first and only medical spa in Siskiyou County. Offering medical aesthetic procedures and laser treatments.
Welcome to the Franco-American Hotel, the home of the G.W. Nelson Collection.
We specialize in plants, herbs, and vegetables that live in our varied climate of Siskiyou County so you can be sure that they will live in your yard.
Closed to the Public in 2017 for continued re-planting and renewal. They will re-open to the public in 2018.
In 1985 a group of artists, writers, philosophers, and community members began informal meetings to discuss possible mutual activities, which would employ the arts to address social issues.